Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Back to Blogging

I attended a conference called "Technology for CPAs: Don't Get Left Behind" in Gatlinburg yesterday, and came out with a new level of respect for Brian Tankersley and his CPA Technology blog. A substitute speaker, Scott Scrogin, was very knowledgable and had good presentation skills, but in my opinion lost track of his audience and the fact that the conference was supposed to be designed for beginning to intermediate technology skills. It is always a joy to visit the Smokies and I got a chance to pick up some apple cider coming home; the Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Knoxville traffice was less appealing.

As far as other news, congratulations to the Chicago White Sox, who are in the World Series for the first time since the older of my brothers was a month old. It looked like the Houston Astros would be the opponents in what would be their first World Series ever, but Albert Pujois homered in the ninth and now the National League representative is very much in the air. On a far more somber note, another natural tragedy brought thousands of deaths in Pakistan. Though it feels so much farther away than Biloxi, Lake Charles or New Orleans; it still is a sad event.


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